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2020 CEO Retreat Special Events





Special Events

Join BISA for the BISA CEO Retreat, September 14-17, 2020, in West Point, NY to network with your peers and make new contacts in the banking and insurance securities industry. 

The Retreat offers a variety of events to help attendees to facilitate conversations and create lasting relationships. The program will include faculty from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, program CEOs and presidents, consultants and service providers to expand your portfolio!

Welcome Networking Reception

Be there to kick-off the 2020 CEO Retreat and a chance for one-on-one networking time with attendees for the first time. Enjoy light appetizers and refreshments as we celebrate the start of the Retreat.

Networking Breakfast

All attendees are welcome to join BISA for a networking breakfast on Tuesday and Wednesday morning before the start of the industry presentation facilitated by our Platinum Consultant.

Networking Lunch

This event gives you an opportunity to enjoy lunch with colleagues on Tuesday. Use this time to meet fellow attendees, chat with sponsors and dine with your peers.

Optional Events:

We do have availability for the weekend so if you have some of your CEOs who would like to stay over themselves, or have their families join them, there are quite a few things to do in the area based out of the Thayer Hotel if they would like to stay with friends or family:


  1. United States Military Academy.   Bike, run, tour the Academy from the luxury of the Thayer Hotel.
  2. Army Athletics. The Army sports teams have year-round intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports competitions. Open to the public.
  3. Entertainment at Eisenhower HallWorld class Broadway shows, comedians, musicians and other entertainers perform at the Eisenhower Hall on West Point.
  4. West Point Museum & Visitors Center. Just outside of Thayer Gate is one of the best museums in the US Army and the Visitors Center helps explain the mission and history of the Academy.
  5. West Point Golf Course Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed course, built by German POWs.
  6.  Fort Putnam (on West Point) Revolutionary War fort in pristine condition.
  7. Fort Montgomery (2 miles outside the gate)
  8. Bear Mountain State Park.  World-class hiking, biking, hunting and fishing.
  9. Purple Heart Hall of Honor & Washington’s encampment New Windsor

Ancillary events must be scheduled through BISA to avoid any conflict with any scheduled event, education or social, in the meeting program.

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